The Ramathra fort is situated at Sapotara in Rajasthan. This fort is located between the Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve in Sawai Madhopur and Bharatpur. There is the Kaila Devi Wildlife Sanctuary, situated just 15 km from this fort. The Ramathra Fort is famous for its picturesque view of the lake and its village. In 1645, King Bhojpal got this fort from the father as its successor. The Ramathra Fort Sapotara was then managed by the Thakur Brijendra Raj Pal and his family. Inside the fort, there are two temples, one of which is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the second to Lord Shiva. The Shiva temple located here has a large marble image of Lord Shiva that represents the architecture of the 18th century. The fort is surrounded by beautiful fields Daang plateau of the Kalisil Lake. You can also see birds flying from the distant country into the Bharatpur bird sanctuary which is close to the fort.
There are the jeep safaris included in the Ramathra Fort Sapotara package which takes you across the Daang plateau. Other destinations include the cave temples of Kurka and Ghanteshvar, Utgir Fort situated on the edges of the Chambal River valley and the Chuaki gorge. You can also witness the local village life on the safari. The surroundings of the village consist of a wide variety of blue bulls, deer, jackals, wolves, bears and occasionally seen wild boar, hyenas, tigers, and leopards.